Ordering of defects in metal systems exposed to high-energy particles
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A diffusion model for pore nucleation and growth in metal systems exposed to high-energy particles is proposed. The pore nucleation is seen as coagulation of excess vacancies. Our rough estimates correlate with experiment. A mechanism of radiation-induced pore formation and spatial ordering in metal systems is suggested.
KeywordsIrradiation Temperature Vacancy Concentration Metal System Excess Vacancy Pore Nucleation
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